The conditions are ripe for housing confidence, but renters aren't buying it.
Falling mortgage rates and rising home values are a tasty combination for homeowners, but millions are not biting.
The median price of an existing home sold in May set a record high, but it's not the price itself that is so stunning.
Total mortgage application volume rose 0.6% on a seasonally adjusted basis from the previous week.
The same way that the car scene changed with Uber and NYC offices started going virtual, co-living is coming to a neighborhood near you.
The competition for housing is heating up with the summer thermometer and continuing to set new records.
A monthly survey of builder sentiment fell two points in June to 67, and May's reading was revised down a point.
Weekly mortgage applications to purchase a home drop 3%, even as falling rates spark rush to refinance
Buying a home used to be a good way to invest your money. Renting may now be a better option.
Interest rates fell to the lowest level since November, and the adjusted mortgage volume jumped accordingly, up 7.1 percent.
Even off-the-chart-demand can't put every potential buyer in a home of their own.
Pending home sales had last slipped 0.8 percent in March, the National Association of Realtors reported last month.
Hilton Hotel group is testing a room that includes a miniature version of a fully-equipped gym, and they're not the only chain trying it.
If consumers can't find a home to buy, then they don't need a mortgage. That's what's likely driving the weakness in mortgage applications.
Homeowners are staying put, and higher home values also mean they have more cash to take out of their homes.
Why are home sales falling? Because there are crazy few affordable homes for sale.
Total mortgage application volume increased 4.4 percent last week.
It's the price tags of the homes for sale that are the issue.
As inventory drops to the lowest levels in years, Redfin's CEO says the market is getting rocked.
In yet another sign of a weakening spring housing market, mortgage applications took a step back last week.